Biology Practicals Class 12
Know the Reproductive Parts of a Flower
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- In this simulation, you will be able to identify various reproductive parts of a flower.
- You will know about the male parts of the flower, i.e. anther, and the female parts of the flower, i.e. ovary.
- You will observe anther and ovary sections under a microscope.
- Under magnifying glasses, you will study the flower and its reproductive parts, such as the flower style, the flower's stigma, etc.
- In this experiment, you will cut the transverse sections of the anther and ovary of flower, and observe under a microscope.
- This interaction creates a very realistic environment and gives you a real-life experience of all the flower parts and functions.
- Every step of this biology experiment, including setting up the experimental setup, dissecting the specimen, demonstrating the models, making permanent slides, and many more, is very interactive and has been simulated in a way that is very similar to what you would do in a real biology lab.
The androecium and gynoecium parts together make a flower. A flower’s androecium, or male reproductive parts of a flower, are made up of the stamens, and its gynoecium, or female reproductive parts of a flower, are made up of the carpels and pistils. The filament that holds the anther lobes in place makes up each stamen unit.
A gynoecium consists of an ovary, a style, and a stigma of flower. The various traits of the stamens and carpels exhibit significant variety. In a flower, the male gametophytes, or male reproductive cells, are formed in the anther, which is the upper, bulbous component of the stamen. The pistil is the female reproductive organ. The stigma, style, and flower ovary are the pistil’s three primary elements. The ovule, a female reproductive cell, is also found in the pistil.
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Requirements for this Science Experiment
⦁ Needle ⦁ Forceps ⦁ Scalpel blade ⦁ Brush ⦁ Slides ⦁ Coverslip ⦁ Watch glass ⦁ Magnifying lens
⦁ Compound microscope